Thursday, January 24, 2013
Get your films and VHS tapes converted to DVD or eat some crepes at a major discount.
Are you still holding onto old VHS tapes and film even though everything else in your life is digital now? Do you love to eat crepes? Groupon has two deals in Owings Mills for those looking to digitize or increase their crepe intake. Advanced Video Systems, located on Cronhill Drive, is offering $15 video-to-DVD conversion, $29 film-to-DVD conversion for up to 200 feet of film and $10 beach telescope print to 4 x 6 print conversion. Check that deal out here. If you’re hungry after you drop your film or video off at Advanced Video Systems, head a couple of miles south on Reisterstown Road to Sofi’s Crepes. Groupon is offering a $15 five-visit punch card, valid for one crepe each visit, or $10 for $20 worth of crepes. Check that deal out …
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Check out these Groupon.com deals in Reisterstown.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Marc Shapiro
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Groupon.com is offering two very different deals that mean huge discounts for Reisterstown residents. The first is a discount for five or 10 two-hour visits to That Bounce Place in Reisterstown. The deal starts at $15, and discounts go up to 72 percent. The second deal is for laser spider-vein removal at We Treat Feet in Reisterstown. The $99 deal is an 88 percent discount for the $800 treatment. Both deals have limited time remaining.
Thursday, October 11, 2012
Groupon is offering a 76 percent discount on an on-location photo shoot with an Owings Mills photographer and a discounted massage with essential oils in Owings Mills.
Do you like massages? Looking to get a jump start on holiday photos? If so, Groupon's got some great deals for you. Through Monday, you can purchase a deal for 76 percent off an on-location photo shoot with Owings Mills-based photographer Chrissy L Photography. Find that deal here. Through Saturday afternoon, you can save 51 to 67 percent off of a massage from Gentle Balance Massage & Essential Oils in Owings Mills. Find that deal here.
Saturday, February 12, 2011
History has shown that the right marketing can uproot the competition. How it that working for Chewpons?
In the early ‘60s, Gino’s ruled Baltimore. Then, all of a sudden McDonald’s tried going head-to-head with the hometown favorite. McDonald’s had been around longer in other parts of the country, but the company hadn’t attempted to throw any elbows in Gino’s direction. Then McDonald’s Big Mac threw down against The Gino Giant. Still, no one thought the mighty Giant would fall. It was a beloved business started by local heroes. Then Gino's crashed. McDonald's has gone on to dominate the fast food marketplace. In fact, according to the 2001 book Fast Food Nation, one in eight workers in the United States has spent time working under the golden arches. Flash forward to Hechinger. When Hechinger first opened its home improvement superstores, …